Institute gets NASA grant for development of nanoscale assays

01/29/2010 | GenomeWeb Daily News (free registration)

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration has awarded the DNA Medicine Institute a Small Business Innovation Research contract amounting to $600,000 over two years to fund the development of nanoscale diagnostic assays for use in assessing patients' health based on blood samples. The company eventually aims to develop hospital tests that can be used under various circumstances, such as in-flight and limited field settings.

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